There’s more to monochrome than a black tux and white shirt. Rapper Wiley stuck to the usual colour combo that red-carpet outings are known for, but with a whole lot more style. His printed double-breast suit with a matching shirt and tie made suiting-up an art.
When you’re done with the regular blue, black and grey suits, green is a great place to start tapping into colours. Rapper Kane Robinson, better known as Kano, let go of his hip-hop garbs for a super-sharp one-button suit. He missed the tie, but you’d hardly notice it because the superb fit of his outfit has all your attention.
Manchester-based rock band The 1975 shows you how to get print right. Make a bold move like Adam Haan, Ross MacDonald and George Daniel who went with pyjama, paisley and geometric for their big night. For a more sober take, Matthew Healy’s hint of printed sleeves and a pop patterned jacket lining is a good place to start. We love their choice of ruffled shirts and loosely tied scarves.
If you’re going to be covering yourself with a warm oversized outerwear, nothing makes for a winning pick than a classic one. Brooklyn Beckham proved that he’s got the fashion genes from his parents Victoria and David. Though not really dressed for the red carpet, the old-school checks wrapped around him made quite a stylish statement, and so perfect for a music event.
Nail the smart-casual balance with a cue from singer-songwriter James Arthur. He took something as slick as a midnight blue shawl-collar tuxedo jacket and added a whole lot of casualness to it with a Hawaiian-print shirt, skinny jeans, and boots.
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2. International Male Solo Artist: Drake
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4. British Female Solo Artist: Emeli Sandé
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